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Shakespeare Insults T-shirts & Gifts Infant Bodysuit

When just one swear word is not enough - here is a collection of 36 of The Bard's best cussing in the one design. Show your knowledge of Shakespeare with this hair-raising group of insults

Babies love creepin', crawlin' and sleepin' in our super comfy, 100% cotton jersey knit Infant Creeper. Infant clothes shouldn't be hard to change, so our three-snap bottom helps ease those nasty diaper changes. Great baby stuff for your special little one.
 
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Shakespeare Insults T-shirts & Gifts
When just one swear word is not enough ... here is a
collection of 36 of The Bard's best cussing in the one design. Show your knowledge of Shakespeare with this hair-raising collection of Shakespeare's insults. Available on a wide range of t-shirts, posters, greeting cards, prints, mugs and more. From the Shakespeare Shoppe.

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Shakespeare Insults Infant Bodysuit

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